Question about 1997 Eagle Talon
I have a 1997 Eagle Talon TSI AWD, I have recently noticed that sometimes the oil pressure gauge is at zero for a while, then it moves up to about midrange, then after a while drops back down to zero again. The garage (not a dealer) says that the pressure should be around 15 psi, but shows as being around 3-5 psi and that this indicates worn engine components of various sorts, and that the engine will die within about a month. Is this...true, reasonable, possible, etc.?
I would do a compression/leak down test to find out if it is worth repairing. If it is, you will have to replace the oil pump, and timing belt, and so on. Since the shop used a mechanical gauge to verify the oil pressure, I would not worry about changing the sending unit.
Posted on Feb 19, 2016
Te 1st thing to do is replace the oil pressure guage sending unit, most times that is the problem, if press remains low use a mechanical test guage to verify what the oil pressure is, hook this tester up at the port the sending unit is screwed into.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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